• Selected

    Historical Records

    • Dani Gal
    • The Polygon Gallery

      101 Carrie Cates Court, North Vancouver, BC, Canada
  • Selected

    Sustaining Apertures

    • Colin Berg Mbugua, Lys Divine Ndemeye
    • Or Gallery

      236 E Pender St, Vancouver, BC V6A 1T7, Canada
  • Colin Berg Mbugua

  • Lys Divine Ndemeye

  • Selected

    Music in My Eyes

    • Silas Ng
    • Art Gallery at Evergreen

      1205 Pinetree Way, Coquitlam, BC, Canada
  • Selected

    Family first?

    • Jade Duncanson, Delali Cofie, Iris Huongbo, Deion Squires, Chukwudubem Ukaigwe
    • The Black Arts Centre

      10305 City Parkway unit 105, Surrey, BC, Canada
  • Silas Ng

  • Anna Luth

  • Selected

    Duct Duck Puce

    • Maegan Hill-Carroll
    • Wil Aballe Art Projects | WAAP

      1129 East Hastings Street, Vancouver, BC, Canada
  • Selected

    Gravity wins, Entropy rules

    • Al Razutis

      2954 West 4th Avenue, Vancouver, BC, Canada
  • Al Razutis

  • Felix Rapp

  • Selected


    • Sarah Anne Johnson
    • Lafarge Lake–Douglas SkyTrain Station

      Lafarge Lake-Douglas, Coquitlam, BC, Canada
  • Artist Talk and Reception | Aporia (Notes to a Medium)


    • Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery

      1825 Main Mall, Vancouver, BC V6T 1Z2, Canada
  • Selected

    Aporia (Notes to a Medium)

    • Colleen Brown, Lucien Durey, Dani Gal, Katie Kozak, Mark Lewis, Jenine Marsh, Azza El Siddique, Jalal Toufic, Elizabeth Zvonar
    • Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery

      1825 Main Mall, Vancouver, BC V6T 1Z2, Canada
  • Jalal Toufic


2018 Capture Speaker Series video archive

The 2018 Capture Speaker Series featured talks by David Campany, Erin Siddall and John O’Brian, Nadia Belerique and Sky Goodden, and Kaja Silverman (not recorded). This year, conversation covered everything from the fate of photographic archives, to nuclear power, to how we view our contemporary culture. Once again, our host and partner Inform Interiors filmed and produced video documentation of the first three … Continued

Tell us your thoughts! Take the Capture 2018 survey

Take our short audience survey and be entered into a draw for the above Capture Limited Edition by Vancouver photographer Birthe Piontek. TAKE THE 2018 CAPTURE AUDIENCE SURVEY You can see Piontek’s work in the exhibition Interspace at Gallery Jones until May 19, 2018. Image: Birthe Piontek, Trouts, 2013, 8” x 10”, archival pigment print, … Continued

Announcement: Capture 2018 Festival Launch & Feature Exhibition Opening

Mark your calendars for the launch of the 2018 Capture Photography Festival and the opening of our Feature Exhibition, The Blue Hour, in partnership with the Contemporary Art Gallery, Vancouver. Thursday, April 5, 2018 7–9:30 PM Contemporary Art Gallery 555 Nelson St, Vancouver Free Admission Cash Bar About The Blue Hour Writing in 1857, only … Continued

Call for Volunteers

Volunteer with Capture Photography Festival Interested in Joining us? Our dedicated volunteers are vital to the success of the Festival each April. Festival Volunteers assist in a variety of roles in the following areas: Events: Helping with set up/take down, providing customer service and front-of-house assistance including, but not limited to, managing guest lists, media … Continued


A selection of current and upcoming exhibitions featuring past Capture exhibiting artists and galleries. FALL 2017 Deirdre McAdams December 2017 FIELD Contemporary 17 W Broadway, Vancouver, BC V5Y 1P1 http://www.field-contemporary.com/exhibitions.html — Mary Buckland | Cut Flowers Are Already Dead November 1 – December 1, 2017 Hatch Art Gallery UBC Nest, Room 2126, 6133 University Blvd, … Continued

Open Call: King Edward Canada Line Competition Station public art installation

Capture Photography Festival and the Georgia Straight invite photographers of all backgrounds to submit one or more (maximum of five) exhibition-ready images to the juried Canada Line Competition Station open call. The winning image(s) will be installed on the exterior of the King Edward Canada Line Station during Capture Photography Festival in April 2018 and … Continued

Capture announces London Drugs Printing Grants for 2018

Quality printing can be expensive. We know. So does London Drugs. That’s why for 2018 London Drugs is offering $12,500 in printing grants toward photofinishing at any London Drugs Print Lab for Capture 2018 participating exhibitions. Successful applicants will each receive between $150 and $1,500 to use toward the printing of their Capture Open or … Continued

Call to high school art teachers and students!

Capture Photography Festival and the Magenta Foundation are looking for High School-aged students to participate in the 2018 Flash Forward Incubator Program—an online photography project that integrates independent and interactive teaching methods, and offers opportunities to give and receive feedback from instructors, and the Capture and Magenta education team. With the final goal of a … Continued

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